sir. >> thank you very much. >> what would an attack look like. major general bob scales joins us. >> thank you, greta. >> greta: leland vittert says that right now syria, at least we are hearing moving men, equipment evacuation and launchers chemical weapons stockpiles. i understand, correct me if i am right, cruise missiles the one thing they're not good for is movable targets and underground bunkers, right? >> they are not good at cratering airfields. they are not terribly good at taking out any type of reenfoursed target. only like 250 pounds of tnt in these things. and they have to be programmed. they have to be targeted. it's a process. and it takes, you know, several minutes for it to get to the target it can't hit anything that moves, greta. >> greta: so, why is this sort of the weapon of choice? because, i mean, this seems to me like it's a little bit like this is almost like and i hate to be so crass, but this is like an earthquake without notice. going to topple a best of your knowledge of buildings.